Here's Tony Zarb this evening, apparently overwhelmed by the sight of a hundred women protesting against his great leader. "Good evening Friends. These went to the wrong place. Instead of Castille they meant to go to Strait Street and travel back to the 1960s. They would have gone to the right place because they have [...]
Matthew, Andrew and Paul Caruana Galizia sent laurel leaves to the women who just started a four-day vigil in Castille Place demanding justice in the wake of the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia and keeping alive the message of last Sunday's demonstration in Valletta. The message with the laurel leaves reads: "Bay leaves are a [...]
Here is Matthew Carbone, number two in the communications office of the government of Malta. He's the coconut's deputy so I suppose that makes him the walnut. He's not there to show his grief at the brutal assassination of a journalist. He's not there to speak to protesters on behalf of government about its commitment [...]
The following is a transcript of the statement by the women protesting in Castille now. #occupyjustice statement We are an ever-increasing non-partisan group of women from all walks of life. We are concerned for our future and that of our children. This is not the Malta we recognise, not the Malta we want to leave [...]
Read this piece by Ranier Fsadni in this morning's The Times. He throws a light on the wide gap between institutions that are failing us and an angry, disenchanted, disenfranchised portion of the population facing the ironic ire of the Labour regime reprimanding us for feeling the most natural reaction of all: anger.
The assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia should not be investigated by Minister Justyne Caruana's husband. This is not just the unacceptably close political association. Nor even the revolting incest across institutions that should be independent of each other. It is that we cannot realistically hope all leads are investigated with detachment while he is running [...]
Bernd Riegert is DW's correspondent in Brussels. He writes: "The EU should take a good hard look at Malta. It cannot force the country to do anything, but it can put pressure on the government nevertheless. The bloc's credibility is on the line. One can hardly accuse Poland's rebellious government or the paranoid Hungarian Prime [...]
The prime minister and the government are doing everything they can to project an image of business as usual. To their loyal local audience that’s not too much of a challenge. Their puppet masters got them to deny their own humanity and continue the hate campaign against Daphne Caruana Galizia exactly where it had left [...]